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a book that you're ready to share with the world? get published now, call for your free publisher kit today! ♪ breaking overnight, the lion airplane that went down off of indonesia last year nearly went down the day before. the republicans, it's discrimination. i was never a fan of john mccain and i never will be. >> president trump airing his grievances and stands by, as brazil's president lashes out against gays and the free press. and a warning from fedex,
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trade losing to a big slowdown in shipping. the fda approves the first drug to treat postpartum depression but you'll need patience and tens of thousand of dollars. that's an important development for many women. good morning, welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> and i'm dave brigs. we start with startling revelations about the lion air flight in october killing 189 people. bloomberg reported when the same plane discovered trouble the day before, the crew got help from an unexpecting source. it was a pilot traveling in the cockpit. >> a day before the lion air crash, the same plane, that disaster is under renewed scrutiny following last week's
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ethiopian airlines crash. live in paris, she's got the details. what can you tell us about this? >> reporter: christine what we're learning from our reporting from bloomburg, this same arena was to have crashed in october last year plunging into the sea, taking off with 189 people on board, had the day before, and the third pilot, one that was off duty we're hearing was in the cockpit. and he was he who managed to disable that automatic flight system that when the sensors kept to the fact the plane might be falling, he said he pushed the nose down. this particular pilot, according to its latest recording, christine, was able to show the other pilots how to disable that particular system. now, that matches right now. because here in paris, the black boxes from that latest ethiopian airlines crash of that same boeing are being investigated. the data has been downloaded and we know it will be read.
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we know there are similarities on the trajectories of the two doomed flights. so the question of that system very much on the heart of the investigation here. and what we now know is that pilots had struggled in the past. soming hadding to competence sit that system, to overcome it disable it, and others kept failing to do so. >> thank you for that. badly in need of an ally, the president found one at his front door, the president of brazil, whose combats political persona echo's the president's own at the white house yesterday. it seemed as strange and settling as you might expect, there was diplomacy between the pair. president trump announced that the u.s. will help to purchase military equipment. >> mr. trump denounced big social media companies. he complained they are biased
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against the gop. >> it seems to be if they're conservative, if they're republicans, if they're of a certain group, there's discrimination. and big discrimination. i see it absolutely on twitter and facebook. and i will tell you there is collusion with respect to that. because something has to be going on. >> the president's statement came hours after facebook apologized to white house social media director dan scavino for briefly blocking some features on his account. facebook said its automated systems mistook scavino for a bot. >> then the so-called trump of the tropics smeared his role model on several topics including the free press. >> translator: may i say that brazil and the united states stand by side in their efforts to ensure liberties and in respect to traditional family lifestyles, respect to god our variety, gender ideology,
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politically correct additives and fake news. >> that came on the heels of president trump again refusing to let john mccain rest in peace. he tweeted twice about the senator over the weekend and was asked about it in the oval office. >> i'm very unhappy that he didn't repeal and replace obamacare it as you know, he campaigned in repealing and replacing obamacare for years, then it got to a vote and he said thumbs down. i think that's disgraceful. i was never a fan of john mccain and i never will be. >> that denounced well to the man who lost to mccain senator mitt romney. i can't understand why the president woulds pairage a man as courageous as my friend john mccain. mrs. mccain comment i'dt
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to mick sure all of you could see how kind and loving a stranger can be. i'm posting her note so her family and friends could see. that is the level of discourse in america. >> all right. senator elizabeth warren all weighing on a plan to do away with the leblg tomorrelectoral . the democratic candidate telling a crowd they should look to the winner of a popular vote. it cannot take effect unless they get enough states to force 270 electoral votes that, of course, is the number needed to win the presidency. >> here's a job for you in alabama. starting pushing your state legislature to sign on as well. no, don't laugh. this is not a red versus blue. you can do this at the state
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level. look, if nothing else, you make them a little uncomfortable about it, right? >> president trump, of course, won the electoral college in 2016. and claims he would have won the popular vote if not for voter fraud. naturally, he's taking the side on the issue tweeting campaigning for the popular vote is much easier. i used to like the idea of the popular vote but now realize the electoral college is far better for the u.s. knack, he has tweeted in the past he thinks the electoral college is a disaster. and bernie sanders is drawing criticism. sanders announced that david sir rota has been hired as adviser and speechwriter. he began erasing old tweets many
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which attacked rivals. sirota has not responded to our request for comment. cnn will host a presidential town hall with the former governor of colorado, john hickenlooper. dana bash moderates that live here on cnn. bad news for fedex. fedex reported its most recent quarterly earnings were $707 million. that's a 27% drop compared to last year. the problem the trade war between u.s. and china, tariffs and countertariffs. hire costs for trucks. it's more expensive to move freight. the brexit and the worker shortages are the downside of a strong labor market. and this is the most telling paragraph of all, slowing international mac control economic conditions and weaker global trade trends continue. that's bad. the good news, the u.s. domestic
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economy is strong and trade tox between the u.s. and china do resume next week. that's according to an official. steve mnuchin and robert lighthizer, they're going to beijing. now, the two sides hope to reach an agreement to be signed in late april at mar-a-lago. california republican devin nunes standing by his decision to sue twitter for $250 million. he claims twitter is allowing users to spread defamatory statements and harbors an anti-political agenda. nunes appears to be having a cow on a parody account on twitter known as that. nunes said it's all a plot to derail his campaign.
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twitter said it's doing nothing illegal but nunes is forging ahead anyway. >> what we're talking about is defamation, if it's reckless disregard with truth and malice, it doesn't mean if you're in the public or not. not only have i been defamed. it's been hundreds and multiple times. >> nunes said he's going after other media organizations in the coming weeks. the fda approving a first drug to treat postpartum depression. zoresto will be administered and redistributes hormones that spike after child birth. the treatment will cost on average $34,000 per patient before discounts, postpartum depression affected 1 in 9 new mothers. the medication will be available in june. well, i'm really curious how insurance companies are going to
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admit that they would have been found guilty at trial. it's not clear if the 77-year-old billionaire will accept such a deal, though. kraft has denied through a spokesman that he committed any crime. he's due in court for his arraignment on march 28th. four tanks are still burning at a massive chemical fire in texas. a thick plume of black spoke for more than three days now. fire officials don't know how long it will take to burn itself out. the smoke can be seen for miles over the deer park community. the deer park independent school district cancelling classes today. under pressure by parents. the nearby laporte school district cancelling classes as well. devastations in nebraska. the state's governor submitting an emergency declaration formerly from the catastrophic floods.
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at least 95% of nebraska still reeling from last week's storms. vice president mike pence surveyed the damage across the state yesterday. he said he's going to make sure all federal resources are made available to the state. >> this is five days under water and isolated for some of these communities. flood records have been shattered in 17 places in num r nebras nebraska. check out lincoln. floods swallowing an entire power pool. "wall street journal" estimates farmers are losing $1 million a day in the flooding. they're already reeling from the trade war with china. this has been really tough for the agriculture industry. just a run of bad luck for american farmers. they are heroes inbly. police in des moines, iowa, responded toe an apartment fire tuesday. heavy smoke prevented them from entering the build. so, they positioned themselves outside and caught three children who were dropped from a
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200 femur now confirmed dead in what could prove to be the deadliest tropical storm cyclone to hit. mozambique storm with a death toll of more than 1,000. agencies say 90% of the city of beira has been destroyed. the country's president declaring three days of emergency and national mourning today. and cnn has obtained new video sharing light on the terror attack in new zealand. some of these images may be disturbing. cnn's ivan watson was live in christchurch with the details. it was so horrific that the gunman, of course, was live streaming this from his per
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spokt tif perinspective. what do we know? >> reporter: this is going to show the gunman, the suspected terrorist, as he was leaving the first mosque that he targeted, he was opening fire at victims while driving, take a look. security camera footage for what was son to become new zealand's darkest day. this video from march 15th shows people casually strolling past at 1:52 in the afternoon. it's from a camera at a hotel located 300 meters from the al noor mosque. second, a series of gunshots ring out from what appear to be two different types of firearms. even though this is the start of its deadly terrorist attack, passersby still have no idea what is unfolding nearby. it isn't until nearly four minutes later that pedestrians show signs of alarm. and then this car appears.
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the driver honks his horn to get pedestrians' attention. and then shoots through the passenger side window at a man on the sidewalk. the hotel owners say they shared this security camera footage with the new zealand police. police won't comment on the video during the ongoing investigation. so what have we learned here? one thing, you can hear sirens, and that matches what the police have said, which is about five, six minutes after the first emergency call, they were already on the scene responding to this terror attack. number two, it reveals how determined, how desperate this suspected terrorist was to kill people. that he stopped his car and shot through the window of his vehicle. not even lowering the window at a passer by before roaring off then. the police say that they were able to apprehend him within 21
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minutes the first emergency call. so barely, not even a half hour had passed during that time. and yet, this determined killer was able to murder at least 50 people. and maim and wound many, many more. christine and dave. >> all right. our hearts are with new zealand this morning. thank you so much for, ivan watson in christchurch. >> difficult to see. breaking overnight, the lion airplane that went down in indonesia last year, nearly crashed the day before. wait till you hear who kept the boeing jet in the sky.
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boeing jet in the sky.
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breaking overnight, the very same boeing 737 max that went down in indonesia last year nearly crashed the day before. who stepped in to save the day? the republicans, if they're
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in a certain groups, there's discriminations. i was never a fan of john mccain and i never will be. >> wrong side, a trip to the tropics, the president agrees to air his grievances as the president of brazil lashes out against gays and the free press. the democratic field, the white house trying to brand it as socialist plan destined to end in bankruptcy. and the fda approves the first drug to treat postpartum depression. you'll need some patience and some serious cash. welcome back to "early start," everybody. i'm dave briggs. >> and i'm christine romans. that's exciting if insurance companies have cover the cost. they have tried for years to dissituation those baby blues. the stunning revelations about the doomed lion air flight
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that went down off of indonesia last october killing 189 people. now, bloom bruburg is reportingn the very same plane before the disaster, the crew got help from an unnamed source, an off duty pilot just happening to be traveling in the cockpit. >> cnn has received that before the max 8 before the crash but that disaster is under renewed recruit fli. melissa bell is live in paris with the latest. melissa, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dave. what's so interesting about this latest revelation, this is according to bloom brurg, this third pilot who was on that very plane the day before it crashed into the java sea in october, on a flight from bali to jakarta. he was off duty. we were told this is what happens when one pilot needs to go to another city.
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he was sitting in the cockpit. and it just so happens he was able to show the pilots on duty how to disable the software that forces the nose of the plane down. this system is now the subject of so much scrutiny. not just here in paris before the black box is from the datest 737 flight to crash, the ethiopian flight that crashed. the black boxes are here. we probably won't hear for some time. but what we do know, the trajectories of the two flights, the lion air in october and the one that headed off from addis aback da were very similar. and the scrutiny from the transportation department of the united states, as you know, it's opened an investigation into the
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federal aviation administration's authorization. and reports that some pilots are able to disable it and some pilots crucially were not. >> that's a question you raise here, how big a role boeing played in its own self-approval process, versus how much the faa actually did. melissa bell live for us in paris, thank you. 34 minutes past the hour, the president badly in knead of an ally found one at his front door. jair bolsonaro, the president of brazil whose combative personality echoes president trump. the scene was strange, unsettling, you might expect. there was diplomacy between the pair. the exchanging of the jerseys. the president has acknowledged that the u.s. will help. and mr. trump announcing big
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social media companies complaining they're biased against the gop. >> it seems to be if they're conservative, if they're republicans, of a certain group there's discrimination. absolutely discrimination. i see it absolutely on twitter and facebook. i will tell you there is collusion with respect to that because something has to be going on. >> now, there's collusion. the president's statement came hours after facebook apologized to white house social media director dan scavino for briefly blocking some features on his account. the company said its automated systems mistook scavino for a bot. >> then the so-called trump of the tropics mirrored his role model on several topics including the free press. >> translator: may i say that brazil and the united states stand by side in their efforts to ensure lints and in respect to traditional family lifestyles, respect to god our creator, against the gender
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ideology, the politically correct additives and against fake news. >> then there was this, president trump refusing once again to let john mccain rest in peace. john mccain is under this president's skin and continues to be. obviously, he tweeted twice about the late senator over the weekend and was asked about it in the oval office. >> i'm very unhappy that he didn't repeal and replace obamacare, as you know. he campaigned in repealing and replacing obamacare for years. then it got to a vote and he said thumbs down. i think that's disgraceful. plus, there are other things. i was never a fan of john mccain and i never will be. >> that did not sit well, with many, among them the man who lost the 2008 republican nomination to senator mccain, mitt romney. vote, i can't understand why the president would once again disparage a plan as exemplary as
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my friend john mccain. and mrs. mcclain comment tz i want to make sure how all of you how kind and loving a stranger can be. i'm posting a note so her family and friends can see. >> it was so ugly. the mccain family has my deepest sympathy. and they're mourning. they're still mourning. it's just awful. 37 minutes past the hour. there's new branding for the white house and medicare for all. and the m4 a it could adversely affect health care. under the medicare for all proposal the government would provide coverage for all americans. the proposal would essentially eliminate private insurance. the white house says the program would add $2.4 trillion to federal spending in 2022. trump's 2020 budget reduces
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spending by $824 billion over ten years. the administration said repeatedly it expected the economy to grow by 3% if the president's policies are put in place. >> if you say that's a rosy scenario that maybe there's 3% growth over the next decade i agree it's an optimistic scenario. it's a policy where president trump's policies are enacted into law. if they're not enacted into law, for sure, growth will fall short. >> and back with the republican moves of increasing competition requiring patients to pay at least part of their health care bills. i want to say something about that, that assumes more spending, more tax cuts. permanent tax cuts by the middle class. >> and? >> infrastructure spending. >> right. a trillion dollars of infrastructure. >> and more deregulation. we know that last year, growth was about 2.9%. already starting this year, it's
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a little softer, you so, you wonder if the president will get his growth numbers. elsewhere, intrigue bidding around the superb council's investigation. prosecutors on robert mueller's team telling a federal judge they face, quote, the press of other work. and they want a deadline to extend other documents in manafort's case. "the washington post" first approached the court asking for the documents. the special team adding to move the deadline from this friday to april 1. they told the judge the documents concerned ongoing investigation and uncharged individual. and the chairman of the house and oversight committee just penned an on ed in the post. >> saying the white house is
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engaged in unprecedented level of stone walling, delay and obstruction. i have sent 12 letters to the white house and the white house has refused to hand over any documents or produce any witnesses for interviews. democrats are threatening to escalate to stand out by issues subpoenas. conservative lawyer george conway says he tweets messages in order to avoid shouting matches with his wife. the audacity just maddening to watch. the tweeting is just a way to get it out of the way, frankly so i don't end up screaming at her about it. >> leaving conway to respond that trump's mental condition is, quote, getting worse. that led the president to call conway a total loser. yesterday retweeting a claim that conway was jealous of his wife. response, conway told the post no one was prouder than i was
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that she was able to elect this man president despite his obvious flaws. he said he would prefer she not work for president trump. the fda approving a drug to treat postpartum depression zulresso will be reintroduced. the drug has been shown to work within hours. the treatment will cost on average $34,000 per patient. before discounts. postpartum depression affects 1 in 9 new mothers. the medication will be available in june. we certainly hope that insurance companies are going to pay for that. what i don't know if they start the intravenous injections after you have signs of postpartum depression. or if it's something that you can monitor when the hormones change. >> obviously, the cost is prohibitive at the beginning and generally comes down.
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for more than three days now. fire officials don't know how long it will take to burn itself out. the smoke can be seen for miles from deer park. and there are questions about the air quality. the deer park school district cancelling classes today. five other school districts cancelling classes today. five days under water in nebraska, devastation, whole towns turned into islands. the governor submitting an expedited emergency declaration for relief from these catastrophic floods. 95% of nebraska still reeling from the storms. vice president mike pence surveyed the damage from the area. he said he's going to make sure all federal resources are made available to the state. flood records has been shattered in places in nebraska. this is lincoln, nebraska,
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flooding, restricting the city's water supply and swallowing an entire power pole. "the wall street journal" estimates farmers are losing $1 million a day in the flooding. really important. planting season in another month. this is devastating for farmers who are already reeling from the trade war with china which has slapped tariffs on their products. on this first day of spring, showers for other wet areas of the midwest, pedram javaheri with the forecast. >> good morning. the spring equinox meaning 12 hours of daylight, 12 hours of night across the world. of course, with it you expect milder temperatures and cooler weather. we have a few showers to tell you across the midwest and plain states. generally light to moderate rainfall, enough to deal with on top of already flooded
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landscape. the same pattern continues but the area of coverage here as far as flood warnings has lessened just a little bit in recent days so some better news in that sense. so follow that system, but also follow what's happening in the eastern seaboard wednesday into thursday. and for the northeast, we get a round of wet weather in washington at times over, say, thursday afternoon, thursday evening. highs there 57 in washington. 52 in new york city. boston in the low 50s. and a rapid rise before another drop early next week. guys. >> pedram, thank you. new legal trouble for the catholic church. west virginia's attorney general is suing the state's lone diocese and former bishop. the a.g. says they knowingly employed pedophiles. patrick morrissey said the state's investigation revealed a
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serious need to enact policies to protect kids. they are heroes in blue. police in des moines, iowa, responded to an apartment fire. early smoke kept them from the building so they positioned themselves outside and caught three children who were dropped from a third floor window to escape the flames. >> send them down. i got him. keep going. none of the children or the officers were injured. the police department gave a shoutout to the media to the officers. cole johnson, craig vasquez, tyler kelly and casey sanders. thank you. all right. a slithery start to your morning. yikes. that is not the sound of one,
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cnn has obtained surveillance video that sheds more light on that deadly terrorist attack in new zealand. it was recorded at a property close to the first targeted mosque. we should warn you some of the images may be disturbing. ivan watson live in christchurch with the exclusive details. ivan, what are we learning? >> hi, david. we are learning from the police that they believe that the terrorist, the suspected terrorist, was on his way to a third target when he was praensdepraens apprehended. and from the security camera footage that we're seeing, we're seeing that he attacked past by on the road as he was driving from the first targeted mosque to a second mosque that he
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targeted. >> reporter: security camera footage from what was soon to become new zealand's darkest day. this video from march 15th shows people casually strolling past at 1:42 in the afternoon. it is from a camera on a hotel located about 300 meters from the al noor mosque. a series of gunshots ring out, from what appear to be two different types of firearms. and even though this is the start of a deadly terrorist attack, passers by still have no idea what is unfolding nearby. it isn't until nearly four minutes later that pedestrians show signs of alarm. and then this car appears. the driver honks his horn to get pedestrians' attention. and then shoots through the passenger side window at a man on the sidewalk. the hotel owners say they shared this security camera footage with the new zealand police.
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police won't comment on the video during the ongoing investigation. so, here's what we've learned from this video. number one, you can hear sirens. and that backs up the police's statement that they were on the scene within five, six minutes of the first emergency call they received. second, we see how determined this killer was, how desperate he was, to hurt people. because he stopped his car while leaving the first targeted mosque. doesn't even lower the window. just shoots through the window at an innocent man walking down the street. now, what's remarkable is how quickly the police were able to detain him. they say it took them only 21 minutes from the first call before they had the suspect. in custody. all of this took place in less than half an hour. but that's all it took for this determined killer to claim at least 50 innocent lives. dave, christine. >> 10:00 p.m. in christchurch,
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ivan watson live for us, thank you. let's get a check of cnn business. global stock markets mixed right now. there's a bit of trade uncertainty again injected into the market place. let's take a look at futures on wall street. they are also leaning a tad bit higher here. we have a federal reserve meeting later today. the action yesterday was pretty confusing. u.s. stocks faded. they closed mixed on these conflicting confusing signals about where trade talks stand between the u.s. and china. now bloomburg reported american officials are worried that chinese negotiators are hardening their stance on u.s. demands for reform. the dow closed down 27 points. that snaps a four-day win streak. the dow had been up almost 200 points. so, you can see that fade i was telling you about. the s&p unchanged. the nasdaq up just a little bit. not very much there. i call that a mixed performance really. now, the fed, the fed will meet today, yesterday and today will
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